Imparipinnate is a term used to describe leaves that have an odd number of leaflets arranged in opposite pairs along a central axis. The antonyms for imparipinnate are simple, undivided or entire. Simple leaves have only one leaflet, while undivided leaves are not divided into leaflets, and entire leaves have a smooth, unbroken edge. Although imparipinnate leaves are common in certain plant species, such as ash or walnut trees, there are many other types of leaves that have different arrangements and structures. Antonyms help to describe a concept in a completely opposite way, providing a better understanding of its meaning.
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- deserted, empty, imprecise.